Abdulwasiu Olokooba Mustapha Usman was in 200 level at Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto State when he lost his father to a sudden accident in 2018. Since his father was his sole sponsor, he thought his death would be an end to his educational pursuit.
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